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Let’s face it, we could all do with a laugh right now
The Comedy Night is always one of the highlights of Pride week and we wanted to ensure we still gave you a night of giggles as part of Bristol Pride Online.
One of the harder events to bring to you online due to how much our acts love performing with a live audience but we are so excited to share this event with you and a big thank you to the acts that have worked hard to provide us with content to still bring you Comedy as part of Bristol Pride Online..
This event will be streamed on our YouTube channel and Facebook live.
Comedian, writer, dancer, actress, piano player, opera singer, beat boxer, rapper, photographer, good with computers, can draw, can cook, good at hair and make up, renaissance woman and fish monger, Jayde is usually our amazing host for our comedy night, but tonight she is performing a special song number just for you.
WINNER: London Cabaret Audience Award 2013, 2014 Funny Women Award and The 2017 (Scottish) Sun’s Best Female Comedian and Best Show of Edinburgh Fringe plus NOMINEE: Edinburgh Comedy Award “Best Newcomer” 2016 and 2017 Chortle Best Newcomer.
Funny Women Finalist 2019 and Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent 2019
Celya is one of the most unique emerging talent on the UK circuit. Originally from Paris, France and of French – Algerian origins, Celya is now residing in the sunny city of Birmingham and has been making a huge impression on the UK comedy scene despite only starting her comedy career in 2017.
Celya’s sharp writing brings a unique look into life as a EU expat living in post brexit Britain.
Award-winning musical comedy performer Hannah Brackenbury has been tickling the funny bones of Brighton audiences for over a decade. Her hilarious and heartfelt original songs are the perfect accompaniment to her clever and ever-popular song parodies, including 'Cats Together' - the classic Taylor Swift spoof!
She reached the finals of the Musical Comedy Awards in 2016 and since then has been truly 'Victorious' - picking up the award for Best of the Festival at Brighton Fringe 2018 and Best Show at the Funny Women Awards 2019 with her joyful and poignant tribute to the late, great Victoria Wood.
Actor, writer and comedian. He starred in six-part ITV series Next of Kin as well as BAFTA-winning Murdered By My Father. He's written for the New York Times and his comedy videos on YouTube have amassed over 18 million views.
Mawaan has also supported Simon Amstell on tour with his unique hybrid of confessional stand-up and skilful physicality. We bring you a little throwback reminder from his set at our Comedy Night in 2019.
Bristol and Brighton based well seasoned LGBT+ impro players.
Joining us this year to bring you some witty off the cuff comedy via Zoom! It's a whole new world and these improv players are adapting.
This incredible group will be bringing you a snippet of silliness to get your laughing muscles around.